WORCESTER – A 17-year-old woman was involved in a hit and run early Sunday morning at the Burger King in Kelley Square in Worcester.
According to the Worcester Police Dept., the young woman and her two friends were in the Burger King parking lot at 163 Madison St around 12:45 AM on Sunday. The girls were approached by a man in the parking who made them uncomfortable.
The woman drove away, striking the male in the process.
She went home and did not call police.
The accident was called into dispatch by a witness when it happened.
The man was struck in his head and was disoriented. His injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
The woman — who was brought to the police station by her parents — was charged with Leaving the Scene of an Accident with Personal injury. The crash is still under investigation.
Lead photo: Burger King at 163 Madison St. in Worcester/Patrick Sargent for ThisWeekinWorcester.com
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